All families with returning students must complete the online check process
Online check-in is the districtwide check-in process for families with returning students to any district school, elementary, K-8, middle or high school. The online process makes it easier for parents to verify and update primary household information, confirm registration for the 2019-2020 school year, and sign important districtwide documents from the comfort of their home.
Beginning June 10, all families with returning students enrolled in any K-12 district school (non-charter) for the 2019-2020 school year can use the online check-in process. The online process saves time and energy allowing parents to confirm registration for returning students, at their convenience, from anywhere with an internet connection.
Online check-in opens June 10 and will continue through August 11.
In order to receive class schedules and teacher assignments before school starts, all parents/guardians of returning students must complete the online process by August 11, 2019.
Housed in the Infinite Campus parent portal, in just one visit parents can verify household information, confirm returning student registration for the 2019-2020 school year and sign off on mandatory district forms. Keep in mind, only parents in the primary household can complete the process.
What is needed to check-in online:
Current valid email address
Only parent/guardian of the primary household can complete the process
Contact information for all parent(s)/guardian(s) and emergency contact(s)
If you have moved, you will need to provide an approved proof of residence document. Examples: Current utility bill, mortgage statements, lease, declaration of residence.
If you have all of the above information, you can begin the check-in process by logging into the Infinite Campus Parent Portal starting June 10.
*If you are the parent or guardian of a student new to the district, contact the school directly for registration information.
Assistance with the online process is available by contacting your child's school directly.